Chris Brown turns himself into jail in hit-and-run case
Attorney Mark Geragos might want to consider a moonlighting career as a publicist. On Monday, he managed to sneak his client, Chris Brown, into a Van Nuys, Calif., jail without any sign of the paparazzi, most of whom seemed to have been focused on 50 Cent's run-in with the law that day. Brown had pled not guilty to a recent hit-and-run case, and was ordered to turn himself in by Aug. 6. TMZ reports that he was booked and released without bail. Later that day, he was spotted heading into a nightclub in Los Angeles. But around 6:30 the following morning, it seemed that the club adventure hadn't quite purged his mind of the jail experience. "Being famous is amazing when it's for your music and talent. I'm tired of being famous for a mistake I made when I was 18," he tweeted, apparently referencing the 2009 domestic abuse incident with then-girlfriend, Rihanna. "I'm cool & over it."